How to navigate the key regulatory forces shaping the future of your business and its valuation

Thank you to all business owners who joined us on 9th December for our virtual event.

The event lasted 40 minutes and was designed to help attendees understand the 6 key regulatory changes coming down the pipeline and what these mean for you and your business. We also looked at costs, taking a deep dive into the Professional Indemnity insurance market, expectations for the future and how you can save time and money at your next renewal.

Don’t worry if you missed out as you can access the event in full by viewing a recording below. You’ll hear from experts in both Regulation and Professional Indemnity insurance and gain a greater understanding of how you can navigate the critical forces shaping your income and the future valuation of your business. The presenters include Scott Stevens, Director of Adviser Recruitment & Acquisition, Quilter Financial Planning, Simon Thomas, Senior Business Standards Technical Consultant, Quilter Financial Planning and Steven George, Executive Director, Aon - Commercial Risk Solutions.


During the event both Scott and Simon referred to a sales aid and further information. We’ve included links to the further information below and if you would like to receive the sales aid please get in touch with your Quilter Financial Planning Regional Director:

Further information

Read some practical support from Just on ‘Consumer Vulnerability in Later Life’.

The FCA has a useful video for vulnerable customers.

Read the FCA’s feedback to Mel Stride, Chair of the Treasury Committee.

Access the FCAs DB transfer advice checker information for clients.

Follow the FCA’s step-by-step what to expect guidance for clients when taking advice in connection with transferring out of a defined benefit (DB) scheme.

Download the FCA’s GC20/1 ‘Guidance consultation - Advising on pension transfers’ document.

For more information, read the FCA’s evaluation of the impact of the Retail Distribution Review (RDR) and the Financial Advice Market Review (FAMR).


Regional Directors

Lesley Brearley

T. 07920 292755


Lee Barnes

T. 07741 142906


Mark Lovelock

T. 07827 940857


Amy Oddie

T. 07880 185952


Stuart Rimmer

T. 07757 734255